Military Cooperation between Holland and Belgium.
We have thus seen that, as regards the Dutch-Belgian frontier in Limburg and Zealand, the military and strategie arguments have failed to prove that these frontiers have been fatal to the Belgian cause. All evidence goes to prove the contrary.
It is, however, incontestable that both parties might be the gainers frdm certain military arrangements which could by mutual agreement be made between the two countries, in the interest of their joint secunty and the world's peace. But this is a very different question, which has not yet come up for discussion.